“Making a Capital in the Wilderness” by Howe, Daniel Wait, 1839-1920
“History of Fayette County, Indiana: containing a history of the townships, towns, villages, schools, churches, industries, etc.; portraits of early settlers and prominent men; biographies, etc., etc…” by Warner, Beers and Co., Chicago, Publisher
“History of Posey County, Indiana” by Leffel, John C., b. 1850.
Are You Having a Hard Time Finding That Illusive Immigrant Ancestor? The 1900 Census Might Help By Dave Miller What I always find very frustrating (Yes, I also have frustrating moments in my research too!) is trying to trace that ancestor who immigrated into the U.S. yet you can’t find any information on them until […]
“Historical sketches of Old Vincennes, founded in 1732: its institutions and churches, embracing collateral incidents and biographical sketches of many persons and events connected therewith” by Smith, Hubbard Madison, 1820-1907
“Early history of Greene County, Indiana: as taken from the official records, and compiled from authentic recollection, by pioneer settlers … including brief sketches of pioneer families…” by Baber, Jack.
Sometimes You Really Have to Search for That Record By Dave Miller Family research can be very rewarding but at the same time, it can also be very frustrating especially when it comes to not being able to find records. That happened to me not to too long ago and the eventual discovery ended up […]
[Index (Soundex) to the population schedules of the 15th census of the United States, 1930, Kentucky] [microform] by the United States Bureau of the Census. National Archives and Records Administration Volume Kentucky M2053 Reel 24. W-650–Institutions
Yearbook. “Valley Echo” by Draper High School 1948-49
1658 – c.1910 Original MS. list, written by several hands. With MS. transcript. The original document is endorsed: ‘Names of the witches. 1658’.